Thunder: What’s up Chuck? Not his weight
The TNT analyst has taken it so far that he’s a spokesman for Weight Watchers.
During my tour with Sir Charles on Friday — you can read about it here — I had a chance to chat with him about all sorts of subjects. (We talked about so much that I’ll be blogging about them throughout this entire week.) But I had to ask him about his weight loss. As someone who lost 50-plus pounds a few years ago, I know what he’s going through.
How’s the Weight Watchers going for you?
It’s going well.
I did the program a couple years ago and lost over 50 pounds, so I know it works.
Oh, very good. It’s one of the best decisions I made in my life.
Did you have a trigger moment when you decided to do it?
You know, I was just getting too big. I wasn’t healthy. I’d gained like a hundred pounds, and the last thing you want to be is a sick old person taking a bunch of medications and stuff like that. And I’m from Alabama. We’re the fattest state. We’re No. 1 in diabetes, stroke and hypertension. So, I’ve got to get my fat ass in shape. It’s that simple.
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